Big Shame To APC, As ‘Mr. Integrity’ Lands In A Major Bribery Scandal, Dirty Secrets Exposed

By Post-Nigeria: March 22, 2019 13:46

Big Shame To APC, As ‘Mr. Integrity’ Lands In A Major Bribery Scandal, Dirty Secrets Exposed

A Leader of the Nigerian Socio-Political Movement, #OurMumuDonDo Movement, has admitted to collecting millions of Naira from Festus Keyamo, the Spokesman for the President Muhammadu Buhari 2019 Campaign Organisation.

Charles Oputa, popularly known as Charly Boy, told Roots TV, that Keyamo paid him money in “nine figures”, in the run-up to the country’s Presidential election, in February.

Charly Boy, however, claimed that the money was a payment for the right to use a song he composed.

“When Keyamo came to discuss Deji’s matter, he heard my new song that I was working on, where I was discussing Atiku”, Charly Boy said.

“I do not care. But if you want to use my work, you pay for it.”

“Of course, he paid for it. And they paid heavy.”

When asked how much the money was, Charly Boy admitted that the money was in “nine figures”, mentioning no specific amount.

He further stated in the interview, that others in the #OurMumuDonDo, including the Co-Convener of the Movement, Deji Adeyanju, who quit the group earlier in the week, demanded that he shared the money with them.

Adeyanju accused Charly Boy of betraying the Movement, by collecting a bribe from the Buhari Campaign Organisation, when he (Adeyanju) was in prison.

Roots TV shared the Charly Boy interview on Instagram, less than 24-hours after a tape of a conversation between him and Adeyanju was leaked.

Charly Boy admitted during that conversation, that he collected money from Keyamo.

Recall, that Charly Boy has led several protests against the current government, which led to clashes with the Police.

Adeyanju, before Roots TV made the Charly Boy interview public, claimed that he rejected offers of about $2 million, made to him by Agents of President Muhammadu Buhari, to quit opposing the government

“Since 2017 till date, I have been offered over $2 million, to compromise, but I refused”, Adeyanju tweeted.

Adeyanju was in Kano Prison, from December 2018, till February 2019, over murder charges.

The Police accused him of killing a Kano Businessman, Alhassan Ali, on January 6, 2005, in Kano.

He was however, acquitted of the charges, in 2009. The Police cited the same case when he was arrested in late 2018.

Adeyanju insisted that President Buhari’s government arrested him, because he refused to cut a deal with them.

“If I had, they would not have sent me to Kano Central Prison, or tried to charge me for terrorism and other crimes.”

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